“Nondual spiritual teachings deal with the question ‘who am I?’ Inner presence coaching deals with the question ‘how do I navigate my experience of life?’ Mental health counseling deals with the question ‘how do I navigate me?’ Together all three are a powerful combination that can lead one toward full and final fruition of the pathless path.”
Bradley is currently a graduate student in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Walden University. He is not licensed to practice mental health counseling and does not offer counseling services at this time. However, Bradley does integrate several counseling techniques into his work with people as a spiritual teacher and inner presence coach. He can also refer spiritual seekers, students, and clients to a number of licensed nondual therapists across the country if there is a need to do so.
While the line between spiritual teaching, coaching, and counseling can become quite blurry, the practice of counseling is governed by a broad range of legal and ethical requirements that must be met before one can offer counseling services. Bradley is currently projected to complete his graduate studies by September of 2021 and obtain his credentials as a Registered Mental Health Care Intern in the state of Florida shortly thereafter. By 2024 it is expected that Bradley will have fulfilled all of his internship hours to qualify for full licensure; around the same time that he should be completing his PhD work in Transpersonal Psychology.
If you require counseling services, or have been diagnosed with a mental health issue, it is important that you share this information with Bradley in your initial session, and that you begin/continue to work with a licensed mental health professional who is authorized to address broader mental health issues in their proper context.